was that not fascinating? we're getting tons of reaction on social media. let me know what you think. see you tomorrow! i'm megyn kelly. tonight -- >> what's at stake here is so much more than what party wins. what's at stake here is what kind of country we're going to be. >> senator marco rubio rising in new hampshire after a strong third place in iowa. the 2016 presidential candidate is here tonight with reaction. what kind of people are we dealing with with these politicians? made-up liar, honestly. >> donald trump accuses ted cruz of dirty tactics to win in iowa. >> a male making these kinds of speeches would people be criticizing her? >> howard dean plays the sexism card after hillary clinton is criticized for angry and loud iowa speech.
people conflating the acts of terrorism with a belief. >> obama goes to a mosque with extremist ties to defend islam. welcome to "hannity." tonight florida senator marco rubio riding a wave of momentum into new hampshire after a strong third place showing in the state of iowa. according to a new poll out of the granite state, donald trump with 38% of the vote. ted cruz in second with 14%. followed by marco rubio in third place with 12%. followed by jeb bush, john kasich and chris christie. so with just six days to go before the new hampshire primary, when's rubio's strategy? can he shake up the republican race? here's the man himself, 2016 gop presidential candidate, senator marco rubio. how are you, sir? >> i'm doing well. thank you, sean. >> let's start with your take on you feel about iowa.
a lot of people, look, iowa polls have been historically awful. they had you at 15%. you came in at 23%. a lot of -- obviously, a strong showing. what are you thoughts about how iowa went? >> well, we were very satisfied we worked hard there. we knew we weren't the front-runner. ted cruz spent time and money in iowa and i congratulate him on his win. we knew we had a climb and fought through it and outperformed everyone's expectations. our campaign kept growing. you said the exit polls showed the majority of people decided our way at the end and we naelt momentum and we feel it here in h new hampshire and confident and if you think about it, in iowa, you know, the winner ted cruz got eight delegates. we got seven. donald trump got seven. we are basically one delegate away. we continue to work on it. >> working to be the republican nominee and confident when the dpel gaths are counted up, we'll be the nominee. >> we have a big controversy emerging.
i call it the carson-cruz-trump controversy. as it related to a news report that came out on iowa caucus day that said that ben carson was not going to new hampshire or south carolina. he'd go to florida for several days and then he'd go to washington. and that got sent around by the cruz campaign and it was one report that even your campaign september the news around. and that some were saying, oh, ben carson's pulling out. what is your take on this? >> first of all, my campaign never september that news around. that's false. number two -- >> no, not the news -- i meant the news that in fact that was reported. not -- not that he was getting out. >> right. i think the fundamental -- the deeper problem was that there were people on the ground in iowa related to the cruz campaign going around telling people at caucus sites ben carson dropping out in the hopes to switch their vote and we heard it from a handful of people at the caucuses we went to, as well. that they had been told that.
ted, i understand, apologized for his campaign's involvement in that. i understand ben accepted it and still upset. i think it's an indication of a campaign willing to say or do anything to win and troubling and unfortunate. i think ben deserves more than that. he's worked hard in this campaign. he's a fine gentleman and an upstanding person and i thought he deserved betterment we'll move forward here on our campaign. we feel good about the way things are going but it's an unfortunate thing that happens and unfair thing, really. >> we began a discussion on radio i'd like to bring to the tv air waves tonight. so in 2010, you're the outsider. you're the insurgent candidate. you're the tea party favorite and you win the election. you're supported by the tea party if i remember correct lain the narrative on monday night caucus night is that, oh, it looks like there will be a coalescing of the establishment around marco rubio. now, the only issue i really see the conservatives have had with
you is on the issue of comprehensive immigration reform. i don't think you in this insurgency year want to be labeled establishment. am i right about that? >> yeah, with el, it is not an accurate label. i reject the labels, those are the things the media comes with. here's the facts. when i ran for the senate in 2010, i ran and won and as you recall, you watched that race closely. i was running against the sitting governor in florida. even now running for president, the same establishment, many of the same people lined up against me. i have had close to $40 million now from jeb bush's superpac attacked me. i'm not complaining but pointing out the fact that money did not come from the grassroots. those are big checks written by people in the establishment. they didn't want me to run. they tried to stand in the way of me running this way. i referred to it in iowa waiting my turn. that being said, i will unite
the republican party. we can't win if we're not united and grow it. we have to take our conservative movement to millions of americans that haven't voted for us, especially people struggling economically, mauz the political left, the liberals like hillary clinton and socialists like bernie sanders lied to struggling americans saying big government is rebetter for them. look at the obama administration. record people dropping out of the labor force. i won't just unite the partiment i'll grow the conservative movement when i'm the nominee. >> is it that they hate you less than ted cruz and donald trump? meaning the establishment. in other words, you're saying they're throwing the muoney at you. why would -- i don't really fully understand why you're saying jeb bush is superpac spending the money against you. why do you think that is? >> i have no idea you veal to ask them why and it's -- like anybody else, but i'm not complaining. people want to come after you. they have a right to do it.
>> the position you're in, you have people on the top not wanting you to get to that top level. then you have people on the bottom that want to be where you are. let me play a little bit of the attacks you have been experiencing. >> we know who the boy in the bubble is. never answers your questions. scripted and controlled because he can't answer your questions. so when senator rubio gets here, i hope you guys ask him some questions. >> marco made the decision, the conscious, deliberate decision not only not to lead the fight against amnesty but to go and stand with barack obama and chuck schumer and harry reid and to lead the fight for amnesty. >> i came in second and people said, oh, that was a disappointing evening for donald trump. but marco rubio, good guy, by the way, came in third. and they're saying he had an unbelievable evening. i came in second by a lot of votes. like by 2,000 votes.
that's a lot of votes. >> marco rubio came in third place in a caucus state and we're all supposed to bow out? that is just absolutely absurd. >> i think you're in a tough spot. the top guys don't want you to get up and the bottom guys want to be where you are. that's not exactly fun. >> yeah. well, usually, you know, sean, as you know in politics people don't waste time or money attacking you if you're not doing something well. for the most part, everybody except donald there attacked me and these are people that must feel like i'm a threat to their ambition to win and that's fine. that means we're doing something right. if there's a policy difference with these people, we'll talk about it. this is an important election and can't elect someone to the white house that supported sonja sotomayor or someone trying to force common core on us. but we'll talk about the policy differences. but by and large i'm not in this to beat up on republicans. i will beat hillary clinton and the democrats and hillary know
this. they know that i am the strongest candidate against them because i can grow the conservative movement and they don't want to run against me. we have to get through the primary and we will and i'm confident that if i'm our nominee we'll beat hillary clinton or bernie sanders for that matter and then a chance to undo the damage that this president continues to do to this country. >> all right. we only have about 20 seconds. how do you define success in new hampshire? >> well, that's an interesting question. i mean, for us, we continue to work hard. i'm about to speak to about 400 people here in new hampshire. we keep doing that in events. four a day. the bottom line is get as many people to vote for us as possible, get as many delegates as we can in the process and move forward and go on to south carolina and then nevada and then the early states march 1st. i just keep working hard every day trying to get as many people to vote for me. we'll see where that leads. elections like everything else is in god's hand and whatever it is god's will we'll accept. we'll work hard. >> thank you for being on with us. >> thanks, sean. coming up, former house
speaker newt gingrich with reaction to the race. and then -- >> he apologized after the votes were counted. thousands of votes taken away and by the way would have given me in my opinion the election. >> donald trump guaranteed a victory in iowa. and then he lost. and he doesn't like that. >> donald trump and senator ted cruz continue their war of words. plus tonight -- >> we're going to south dakota and oregon and washington and michigan! and then we're going to washington, d.c. to take back the white house! yeah! >> is hillary starting to sound like howard dean on the campaign trail? howard dean says the attacks against her based on gender. that and more tonight right here was engineered... ...to help sense danger before you do.
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which cosby is facing charge. now, back to hannity. welcome back. we have more bad news for the democrats heading into the 2016 general election. quoting gallup, red states outnumber blue states for the first time since the company began tracking the data eight years ago. now there are now 20 state that is are solid red or leaning republican compared to just 14 solid blue or lean democrat. to put it in perspective, back in 2008, the ratio was 35 to 5 in favor of the democrats. here with analysis, author of "duplicity," contributor, newt gingrich. that coupled with enthusiasm and a real record breaking number of people showing up on the republican side for the iowa caucuses and democrats down 25% from '08, this seems like a huge momentum shift in the country. how do you read it? >> well, i think that's what gallup is reporting today and the folks thought this was very
historic data. it matches what the republican state leadership committee discovering at the legislative and local level where there are now more republican state legislators than any time in the entire history of the republican party going back to 1854. so, something's happening below the presidency because the pa washington news folks is consumed. if you look at the data, from 35 to 5 in favor of the democrats. to 20 to 16 in favor of the republicans. that is an earthquake in terms of political situations and it means whether it's the house, the senate or the presidency, republicans are going in with a lot of advantages and as you pointed out the 185,000 people who turned out beating the democrats by the way who had 171,000 turnout, that is the largest number in the history of republican party in the iowa caucus. not only did ted cruz get the
most votes of any republican in history, but donald trump coming in second got the second most votes of anybody in history so it's a big deal and the state chairman was reporting on fox and friends monday morning of thousands of people switch from democrat and independent to republican to be able to participate and he said they were getting like 100 phone calls an hour at the state headquarters, people wanting to join the republican party. >> all right. then you have on the democratic side, so much talk about the republican side, i skeel you again in a second, hillary wins six coin flips without the wins. why are you laughing? bernie gets more delegates than she does. he wins. then you have got hillary now -- only 49.8 to 49.7. the iowa democratic party won't give out the final vote tally and bob word ward lecturing hillary to stop screaming and then an e-mail scandal thing on
the side. what do you make of this? if she can't beat bernie in iowa. >> first of all, when you realize that people under 30 voted 84 to 14 in favor of bernie sanders, that's 6 to 1 in favor of bernie sanders. you have a sense of how much hillary's turning off the next generation and how hard a general election is going to be for her. i was very surprised. we watched the speech the other night and i thought she was so angry. it was almost like -- >> let me play it. this is worth playing again. i thought not only angry but now she sounded more left than bernie which she had never sounded like before. watch this. >> i know we can create more good paying jobs and raise incomes for hard working americans again. i know that we can finish the job of universal health care coverage for every single man, woman and child. i know we can combat climate
change and be the clean energy superpower of the 21st century. i know we can make college affordable and get student debt off the backs of young people. >> how -- that is so bad. the only thing missing is the howard dean scream. >> first of all, the obvious question to ask her is, if you knew that, why didn't barack obama do it in eight years? >> good question. >> why didn't you share your knowledge with barack obama? >> awesome question. when she comes on i'll ask her. >> she could have sent him an unclassified e-mail. >> i think you probably -- no. she was talking about cyber security today and i had to -- >> i think that is -- that is the greatest act of chutzpah i remember. for her to talk about cyber security is just a sign that she is totally out of touch with reality and i'll bet you everyone in the audience sitting there going, let me get this straight. you sent over 1,500 secret or
top secret documents but you want us to think about cyber security? >> i can see a criminal referral from the fbi and chaos ensuing after that. let's go to the republican side. your take, your analysis and what do you make of this cruz-trump-carson dust-up? >> well, let me say first of all, you'll remember, we talked about at the time i thought trump made a mistake not going to the debate and pretty clear a few more resources on field organization and the debate he probably would have won. i hope he learned a lesson from that. i think that the cruz people did make a mistake. i think that they ended up putting themselves in a position where dr. carson is now going to have the best of that argument. and probably made it harder for dr. carson to endorse cruz should he decide not to be in the race so i think that was a boo-boo. i just say this openly because i think trump is off on the wrong
foot. trump is at his best when he's big, talking about america, making america great, creating jobs. i think to get down in this fight with cruz is very much to trump's disadvantage. let it go. go back to being the donald trump that was so dramatically far ahead everywhere in the country and don't get involved this kind of nitpicking stuff. i don't think it helps him. i think people get tired of it. it's like a bad vaudeville act. you heard it twice. you don't need it again ai think he's making a mistake. may not hurt him in new hampshire because new hampshire's not good ground for cruz to fight on and continues to create space for marco rubio and others to grow and to become more competitive. i think that part's just wrong. >> what do you think of marco -- now, both cruz and trump are saying, oh, nobody's, you know, the bronze is new gold. i guess because he exceeded -- why -- why are you laughing tonight? that's what they're saying. >> first of all, rubio had the
cleverness to come on first to act as though he had won. and to give a very short, very direct speech of all of his key campaign points at a point where the east coast watching television. you got to give him some credit. that he saw his opportunity, took it. and he did it pretty well with it. here's the thing hitting me all day, sean. you'll really appreciate this because you were part of it. on caucus day, you had cruz, trump and carson who we all agree are outsiders and at about 63% of the total vote. pretty amazing. however, the guy who came in third was the tea party candidate insurgent in 2010. >> yeah. >> against the national senatorial's hand picked governor who was the establishment candidate. what happened is the battlefield is changed so dramatically that the center is now the tea party and to the more, you know,
change oriented side you get trump, cruz and carson. that is a pretty -- way over here is the guys who want change. that's an amazing historic fact. >> i brought it up with marco rubio twice today. well pointed out. thank you, mr. speaker. appreciate it as always. coming up tonight here on "hannity" -- >> he did it on purpose. and then he apologized after all the votes were counted. that's thousands of votes that were taken away which, by the way, would have given me in my opinion would have given me the election. >> donald trump guaranteed a victory in iowa. and then he lost. and he doesn't like that. >> no love lost between donald trump and ted cruz. the candidates are unleashing new attacks on each other in the growing feud. and then later tonight -- >> of course, recently we have heard inexcusable political rhetoric against muslim americans. that has no place in our country. >> obama speaking earlier today at the islamic society of ballot
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your score and report at transunion.com get in the know. welcome back. earlier today trump accused the texas senator of stealing the iowa caucuses from him. watch this. >> what he did with the voter violation statement, looking like it came from a government was a fraud and i think it's a disgrace that he did it. but what he did to dr. ben carson, a very good person, where he said he left the race, vote for us, i think that's something that is really very serious. now, i know the one situation is now being investigated by authorities in iowa. the voter violation form. and that's being under serious investigation. but i think they should probably throw him out of iowa because i don't think what he did is a
disgrace. and it's a disgrace to the electoral process to be honest with you, greta. >> senator ted cruz is not backing down in the war of words and let his republican rival have it. earlier today in a press conference. take a look at this. >> it is no surprise that donald is throwing yet another temper tantrum. donald trump guaranteed a victory in iowa. and then he lost. and he doesn't like that. there's a reason that donald engages in insult after insult. because he can't debate the substance. i wake up every day and laugh at the latest thing donald has tweeted because he's losing it. that's not the temperament of a leader to keep this country safe. my girls are 5 and 7. and i got to tell you, carolyn and katherine are better behaved than a presidential candidate who responds by insulting
everyone every day when he loses. >> all right. here with reaction, attorney david wohl and communications direct forfor the campaign rick tyler with us. we have to go back to this was reported numerous news outlets, for example, cnn. let's play that tape. >> a week from tomorrow, we're all going to be doing this again for the new hampshire primary so almost every single candidate is going to be going directly from here to new hampshire. >> right. >> to campaign. except for the man in fourth place who was in first place here, dr. ben carson. >> ben carson is going to go back to florida to his home. regardless of how he does tonight here in iowa, going there for several days and then afterwards he's not going to go to south carolina, not going to go to new hampshire, he's coming to washington, d.c. >> very unusual. >> very unusual. >> to be announcing that you're going home to rest for a few days, not going on to the next
site. >> if you want to be president of the united states you don't go home to florida. that is bottom line. end of the story. >> rick tyler, why don't you walk us through? you're in the cruz campaign. >> sure. >> some are saying that, well, you guys went out there and said ben carson is dropping out. is that true? >> no. look. it's a legitimate news story, sean. we reported it to the campaign important new developments in the campaign and so the idea that dr. carson would not leave iowa and go right -- go right to florida instead of going to new hampshire, south carolina, this's a legitimate news story and something we shared and never said or speculated nor did cnn he was dropping out. >> what's your reaction to that, david? >> so, yeah. sean, let's get this straight. you want information on the status of ben carson's campaign? you don't call ben carson's campaign. you rely on rumor and innuendo passed around by cnn reporters which is what they do and then they recklessly passed this unconfirmed information to
voters in iowa. not just said, you know, don't vote for ben carson. he's gone. he's not in the campaign anymore. but vote for us. i have to say, sean, that is not only potentially civilly actionable in the matter but a potential crime when you recklessly dissuade voters from voting for a candidate and knowingly false information that's recklessly unconfirmed. >> rick? >> okay. okay. he didn't come to new hampshire and he didn't come to south carolina. and he was in washington, d.c. today just like cnn reported. so what is actionable? i mean, that's preposterous. >> cnn reported -- well, this must mean he's done. that's what they were saying. >> they didn't say this. >> in not so many words. >> we just heard the clip. >> did you call -- did you call ben's campaign and ask him? did you call ben carson's come pain? >> no, no. >> david -- >> so the question would be -- >> david, this question.
but it was widely reported in the news media. you don't dispute that. >> it was widely speculated upon, sean. and talking about a man worked so hard on the campaign, who's developed such a passionate, large following, made so much progress -- >> then don't go home. go to new hampshire or south carolina. >> he went home to get new clothes, refreshed clothes. why not call the man himself? >> has he been in new hampshire? >> confirm before you spread the rumor. he is going to new hampshire. >> has he been in new hampshire? >> that's an absolute, definite reality. >> did he go to south carolina? >> he went to his home in florida. which is what he said he would do. >> that's what cnn reported. >> did you call him and confirm that he was dropping out? no. that's reckless. >> apparently it was true. >> hang on. >> it is not true. he hasn't dropped out. >> today's wednesday. tomorrow -- >> in retrospect, do you think maybe you should have called the carson campaign? >> you think? he apologized, also. >> hang on.
>> cruz apologized. >> do you think the campaign, you know, i guess it's just an undimt on the media, too, but, rick, what are your thoughts? >> well, look. i want to be clear. what cnn said was true. he didn't come to new hampshire or south carolina. but moreover, there might have been someone in our campaign who might have speculated, who would have speculated that he was going to drop out. if that happened, that is what ted cruz apologized about. but the facts remain the same. ben carson did not come to new hampshire and he did not go to south carolina. he went to florida and today he is in d.c. what was said was that's sort of like skipping the playoffs and expecting to go to the super bowl. so, look. that's just what happened. >> no. you know what it is? what happens is cruz is now set his foot down and set a standard for the campaign this he's going to resort to sleaze. >> no.
the standard is -- >> to get to a victory. >> if you want to win -- the standard is come and campaign in new hampshire. in south carolina, you come and campaign. >> what's that got to do with whether or not you guys told voters in iowa he dropped out? vote for us. how -- what does that got to do with anything? >> we didn't say that. >> you did. >> we didn't speculate. >> we'll leave it there. >> that didn't happen. >> thank you both for being with us. up next, tonight, right here on "hannity" -- >> of course, recently we have heard inexcusable political rhetoric against muslim american that is has no place in our country. >> the president attacking republicans while giving a speech at a mosque that had questionable ties to extremism. that's coming up next. and then later tonight -- >> we're going to south dakota and oregon and washington and michigan! and then we're going to washington, d.c. to take back the white house! yeah! >> remember the dean scream in 2004? is hillary starting to sound
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welcome back. so earlier today the president visited a baltimore mosque and consoled moz lums across america for the way they've been treated by their fellow americans. watch this. >> so the first thing i want to say is two words that muslim americans don't hear often enough is thank you. your entire community so often is targeted or blamed for the violent acts of the very few. of course, recently we have heard inexcusable political rhetoric against muslim americans. around the country, women wearing the hijab just like saba have been targeted. we have seen children bullied. we have seen mosques vandalized. when any part of our family starts to feel separate or second class or targeted it tears at the very fabric of our nation.
[ applause ] for more than 1,000 years people have been drawn to islam's message of peace and the very word itself islam comes from salam, peace. >> here imma'am mohammed ali elahi and zuhdi jasser. imam, i don't know the rhetoric the president is talking about. i wish he would have been more specific but is it legitimate criticism to go after radical islamists? is it legitimate criticism to go after many muslim countries that have atrocious human rights records towards women and gays and lesbians and don't allow freedom of worship? you can't build a synagogue or a church. is that a legitimate criticism of islam under islamic law, s
shar sharia? >> thank you, sean. i think it is your turn to bring fox news and hannity show to the house. our building is not as big but we have magnificent members -- >> i -- did i ask you a question? we don't have a lot of time. >> by the way -- >> muslim countries -- whoa, whoa. i'll ask it again. is it -- >> i can say -- >> criticize muslims countries that have atrocious human rights records towards women, gays and lesbians and religious minorities? is that legitimate to you? >> if you let me answer i would answer. >> i'm waiting. >> that, sean, today after listening to the president, i'm more proud than ever of the -- >> did i ask you if you're proud? did i ask you if you're proud -- so you went answer. >> the diplomacy, the power of dignity is much more forceful than the atomic bomb.
if we mean making relationship, partnership -- >> i'll finish one more time. is it -- are islamic countries -- >> then that's another issue. may god guide us. >> all right. >> if you mean relationship, that was a very powerful message. >> you didn't answer one single question. i'll go to dr. jasser. is it legitimate to criticize radical islamists? is it legitimate to criticize the life of minorities in muslim countries under sharia which is so oppressive? is that legitimate to you? >> sean, yeah, not only legitimate if you treat muslims as equals and treat us as adults and not infantilize us, do that. the mosque he went to, he has the same paradigm with iran and saudi arabia like you mentioned. he calls them islamic and isis isn't islamic. a mosque, two years ago, a sermon who basically said this
homosexuals are deviants. they separate men and women there. we had muslims from the reform movement outside that mosque today protesting saying, you know, listen. we muslims want to be held accountable to the same principles you hold the christian brothers an sisters, jewish, et cetera and trooeted like children and others are insulting americans and not applying the reform we need to have. >> i'm not insulting. i'm very proud of our people. >> you're -- >> proud of american citizens. >> joking around about something that's radicalizing muslims. >> i'm agreement. 100%. when you said you mentioned saudi arabia. i'm saying now, mr. president, it is time -- let me finish. time to turn -- >> how about iran? >> turn the talk to walk and let us put these ideas in action and, mr. president, you are --
>> are you -- separating men and women in mosque. >> let me finish, please. >> answer his question. imam, imam. >> pick up your -- >> answer, answer zuhdi's question. answer zuhdi's question. >> stop -- i'm answering your question. >> no, you're not. you haven't answered a single question. not one sigh that the way you listen to your pastor? i don't know. i'm an imam. >> that's the way -- >> i'm talking as an imam. please. >> i should allow you to -- imam, i have a question. do you find islam oppressive to women, to gays and lesbians and to religious minorities in predominantly muslim countries, many of them? >> if any time islam was used for oppression and injus sis, that is not islam. >> can you name the countries? i can. >> not justice, it is not islam. >> this is double speak. >> how about iran? >> how about iran? >> you seem to be selectively -- >> if iran, if iran exercise
injustice, i criticize iran, as well. i am for -- i am for justice. >> if, if, if, if but, but, but, but. caveat. >> principle, principle. >> no principle. >> any time you go -- >> do you think women should be at the back of the mosque. >> answer that question. >> of course has right. of course. >> do you think women should be at the back of the mosque like this mosque you went to to insult americans? >> women are part of the -- even chairing our board meeting. >> we have to go. >> what are you talking about? >> thank you for being with us. >> held accountable. next right here. >> we going to south dakota and oregon and washington and michigan! and then we're going to washington, d.c. to take back the white house! yeah! >> all right. remember the howard dean scream in well, is hillary clinton in well, is hillary clinton staryou do all this research on a perfect car, then smash it into a tree. your insurance company raises your rates... maybe you should've done more research on them. for drivers with accident forgiveness,
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that is what microphones are for. look. howard dean of all people should understand this is not a sexist issue. his campaign imploded after he would, acted shrill we should say, after that, his campaign was essentially over. so i think it's good when he tells hillary tone it down a little bit, let's get on the same page in terms of communication, she has a communications problem not just with democrats but the rest of the country. she's not likable. and she's trying too hard here. and again, microphones are accentuate your voice, you don't need to be yelling. >> you sound good on your microphone. >> thanks. >> and he got criticized when he went this crazy. >> not only are we going to new hampshire, we're going to south carolina and oklahoma and arizona. and north dakota, and new
mexico. we're going to california, and texas, and new york. and we're going to south dakota and oregon and washington and michigan. and then, we're going to washington, d.c. to take back the white house yeah! >> i mean, jessica, there is a big difference here, he got criticized for that. >> there is a difference. i do love that. it takes me back. >> fond memories for you? >> absolutely. absolutely. it's to say that there is not an issue whether a woman and not being criticized for your voice, whether you're a man or woman, yes, that happens but there is a difference in the way people hear you. i don't have a problem with hillary being in a rally with hundreds of thousands of people. >> she's screaming. even bob woodward, lower the temperature, get off the screaming stuff.
>> everybody has an opinion about it. it's talked about it all the time. katie has a lovely, deep voice, i'm concerned about hearing my own voice. >> but you're not yelling. >> there is a difference with women called vocal fry. there is a way we have when you're trying to reach people in a gymnasium, we have different issues. >> let's be real. let's fact check here, hillary clinton is not filling up large stadiums where she needs to yell into the microphone to reach the people in the room. she's yelling at tens of supporters showing up to these events. yes, women tend to have a higher voice than men, but we criticize ben carson for being sleepy and boring as well. the skrichlt is for the left and the right and if hillary clinton
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this evening. thanks for joining us. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. "the o'reilly factor" is on, tonight. >> we should say that our chris moody is breaking this news that ben carson is going to go back to florida. he is not going to go to new hampshire. >> that report on cnn has led to charges of dirty tricks against the cruz campaign. tonight, we have a factor investigation and tell you exactly what happened. >> if i win straighten allk: eyes on donald trump. can he hold his polling lead in new hampshire? take a hard look at that question. >> recently we have heard inexclusive political rhetoric against muslim americans that has no place in our country. >> also tonight, presiden visit. is t